As of June 2022, these operators work in LinkedIn Recruiter and Lite if you use them in the Job Title or Company fields. They currently do not work on LinkedIn.com.
- LinkedIn Solved has a full guide to LinkedIn sourcing including powerful hacks (beyond the operators)
- LinkedIn Recruiter Mastery – I recommend to take it if you use Recruiter because then, you can take advantage of the operators!
|Operator||Search for||Values||Calculated by LinkedIn|
|headline:||keywords in headline||text string||no|
|skills:||keywords in skills||text string||no|
|spokenlanguage:||language proficiency||text string||no|
|startyear:||start year in college||year||no|
|endyear:||end year in college||year||no|
|title:||current job title||text string||no|
|company:||current company name||text string||no|
|school:||school name||text string||no|
|firstname:||first name||text string||no|
|lastname:||last name||text string||no|
|companytype:||company type||Company Type Codes||no|
|companysize:||company size||Company Size Codes||yes|
|profilelanguage:||profiles in other languages by a two-letter language abbreviation||Language Codes||no|
|yoe:||years of experience||number between 0 and 100||yes|
|yoecc:||years at current company||number between 0 and 100||yes|
|yoepos:||years in position||number between 0 and 100||yes|
|fieldsofstudy:||fields of study||FoS Codes||no|
|schoolid:||school id||School Codes||no|
For phrases, use the quotation marks “”.